Auction Block: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Pro Touring

Aug 1, 2018

Category: Rides

One of the best American pony cars to ever hit the road, the old-school Chevrolet Camaro doesn’t really need any help when it comes to performance or appearance. But, thankfully, that doesn’t stop people from trying – as is evidenced by this nuts-and-bolts “rotisserie-built” resto-mod 1969 Pro Touring edition that’s headed to the auction block.

Powered by a monstrous 502 cubic-inch V8 – capable of a whopping 600 horsepower – mated to a Tremec TKO600 5-speed manual transmission, this beast is as powerful as it is beautiful. And while the Hip Hop Red exterior is certainly striking, what’s even more bonkers is that it extends throughout the newly-upholstered all-leather cab, in the trunk, and even under the hood. Even the brake calipers are painted to match. To round out the whole package, this car also has a modern stereo system and functional A/C. And this devilishly good-looking steed can be yours for $124,900.

Purchase: $124,900

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